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The real worker's book on how to survive in the plant & out,
By A Customer
This review is from: Rivethead (Paperback)
Rivethead hammers down to the real need to assemble the factory workers of today and rework their life, both in and out of the plant. This is the autobiography of a misfit fitting parts together with other misfits in a system managed by automotive nurse ratchets(or is that wrenches?). The goal is to work less, make more, and spend it all on booze and music. Friendships are born from boredom and last until the next layoff. It's a day of drudgery, whose purpose is somewhat existential with a Woody Allen twist. Finally, in the end, life is just a panic. Move on down the line and pick up this book, you just might need it before the next order comes on down from above.